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Old 10-18-2003, 10:52 PM
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So where does everyone go off-roading?? I usually head out to indian graves, it's a BLAST!
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Hey I don't know what areas your around in wonderful AB but Grande Prairie has some great sand and bottomless bogs to play in. Not more than a hour south you have Grande Cache which has the old mine if you can figure out how to get in. Rocky Mountain House has some great trails also along with Caroline. There is a good place south of Calgary but I can't remember what its called., Goodluck and keep turning the tires.

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Caroline Rocks, i have been stuck there many times.
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The place just south of Calgary is McLean Creek, not bad, but more dirt bike/quad oriented than trucks. Same goes for Waiporous, which is about an hour NW of Calgary.

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